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Saturday / May 28.
  • World University Games Roster Named

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    Featuring three players with prior USA Basketball national team experience and 29 collegiate athletes overall, USA Basketball  announced the roster for the 2013 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games Team training camp, which will take place June 24-30 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

    “The committee has assembled one of the strongest World University Games training camp rosters USA Basketball has ever had,” said Jim Boeheim, head coach at Syracuse University and chair of the USA Men’s Junior National Team Committee. “It includes some of the top players in college basketball, several of whom have international experience. Selecting the players for the final roster is going to be a real challenge.”

    2013 USA Basketball Men’s World University Games Team Training Camp Roster
    NAME
    POS
    HGT
    WGT
    DOB
    YOG
    SCHOOL HOMETOWN
    Eric Atkins
    G
    6-2
    182
    12/14/91
    2014
    Notre Dame Columbia, MD
    Markel Brown
    G
    6-3
    190
    01/29/92
    2014
    Oklahoma State Alexandria, LA
    Deonte Burton
    G
    6-1
    190
    07/26/91
    2014
    Nevada Los Angeles, CA
    Quinn Cook
    G
    6-1
    175
    03/23/93
    2015
    Duke Washington, DC
    Bryce Cotton
    G
    6-1
    165
    08/11/92
    2014
    Providence Tucson, AZ
    Spencer Dinwiddie
    G
    6-6
    200
    04/06/93
    2015
    Colorado Woodland Hills, CA
    C.J. Fair
    F
    6-8
    215
    09/13/91
    2014
    Syracuse Baltimore, MD
    Yogi Ferrell
    G
    6-0
    178
    05/09/93
    2016
    Indiana Indianapolis, IN
    Davante Gardner
    C
    6-8
    290
    09/02/91
    2014
    Marquette Suffolk, VA
    Treveon Graham
    F
    6-5
    215
    10/28/93
    2015
    Virginia Commonwealth Temple Hills, Md.
    Jerian Grant
    G
    6-5
    202
    10/09/92
    2014
    Notre Dame Bowie, MD
    P.J. Hairston
    F
    6-5
    220
    12/24/92
    2015
    North Carolina Greensboro, NC
    A.J. Hammons
    C
    7-0
    280
    08/27/92
    2016
    Purdue Gary, IN
    Luke Hancock
    F
    6-6
    200
    01/30/90
    2014
    Louisville Roanoke, VA
    Joe Harris
    G
    6-6
    211
    09/06/91
    2014
    Virginia Chelan, WA
    Tyler Haws
    G
    6-5
    200
    04/11/91
    2015
    BYU Alpine, UT
    Andre Hollins
    G
    6-1
    200
    12/10/92
    2015
    Minnesota Memphis, TN
    Rodney Hood
    F
    6-8
    210
    10/20/92
    2015
    Duke Meridian, MS
    Josh Huestis
    F
    6-7
    230
    12/19/91
    2014
    Stanford Great Falls, MT
    Cory Jefferson
    C
    6-9
    210
    12/26/90
    2013
    Baylor Killeen, TX
    Sean Kilpatrick
    G
    6-4
    221
    01/06/90
    2014
    Cincinnati Yonkers, NY
    Alex Kirk
    C
    7-0
    250
    11/14/91
    2015
    New Mexico Los Alamos, NM
    Devyn Marble
    F
    6-6
    194
    09/21/92
    2014
    Iowa Southfield, MI
    Doug McDermott
    F
    6-8
    225
    01/03/92
    2014
    Creighton Ames, IA
    Adreian Payne
    F
    6-10
    240
    02/19/91
    2014
    Michigan State Dayton, OH
    Chasson Randle
    G
    6-1
    180
    02/05/93
    2015
    Stanford Rock Island, IL
    Will Sheehey
    F
    6-7
    200
    01/16/92
    2014
    Indiana Stuart, FL
    Aaron White
    C
    6-8
    218
    09/10/92
    2015
    Iowa Strongsville, OH
    Kendall Williams
    G
    6-4
    185
    07/03/91
    2014
    New Mexico Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    Head Coach: Bob McKillop, Davidson College
    Assistant Coach: John Beilein, University of Michigan
    Assistant Coach: Frank Martin, University of South Carolina


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    Adam Zagoria is a Basketball Insider who covers basketball at all levels. A contributor to The New York Times and SportsNet New York (SNY), he is also the author of two books and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker. His articles have appeared in ESPN The Magazine, SLAM, Sheridan Hoops, Basketball Times and in newspapers nationwide. He also won an Emmy award for his work on the SNY mini-documentary on Syracuse guard Tyus Battle. A veteran Ultimate Frisbee player, he has competed in numerous National and World Championships and, perhaps more importantly, his teams won the Westchester Summer League (WSL) championships in 2011 and 2013. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and children.